Law & Crime reports:
A New York man who threatened to kill a federal judge presiding over the criminal case of President Donald Trump’s former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn must spend 18 months in prison, a federal judge ruled on Monday.
“Your threat against Judge Sullivan and his staff was a very serious offense,” U.S. District Judge Trevor McFadden told Frank Caporusso, calling Caporusso’s threats an attempt to influence the outcome of a “high-profile case.”
From the voicemail: “We are professionals. We are trained military people. We will be on rooftops. You will not be safe. A hot piece of lead will cut through your skull. You bastard. You will be killed, and I don’t give a fuck who you are. Back out of this bullshit before it’s too late, or we’ll start cutting down your staff. This is not a threat. This is a promise.”
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Man Who Promised to Assassinate Michael Flynn’s Judge with a ‘Hot Piece of Lead’ Is Sentenced to Prisonhttps://t.co/W9GWbRKSig
— Law & Crime (@lawcrimenews) July 19, 2021
SENTENCE: For threatening DDC Judge Sullivan & his staff for not dismissing case against Michael Flynn, Frank Caporusso blamed drinking 6 to 8 shots a day. DDC Judge McFadden, saying threats to Federal judges are up to 4000 a year, just sentenced him to 18 months pic.twitter.com/2ZPIInPH89
— Inner City Press (@innercitypress) July 19, 2021